### Abstract

Mathematical models of Part A [1] are used to calculate the temperatures, deformations and fire resistance of rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section columns for the purpose of Part B. In this paper the comparison among the configurations of the column has been carried out to predict the temperature history for the column elements for preventing the spread of fire and prolonging the structural time collapse. The columns are varied in section size, among them are the rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section column of Keruing timber. The developed mathematical models defined the failure point as the point which the column can no longer support the applied load. From the comparison, the I-cross section column is the worst configuration than the other configuration.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 583-588 |

Number of pages | 6 |

Journal | Key Engineering Materials |

Volume | 306-308 I |

Publication status | Published - 17 Mar 2006 |

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### All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

- Materials Science(all)
- Mechanics of Materials
- Mechanical Engineering

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*Key Engineering Materials*,

*306-308 I*, 583-588.

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*Key Engineering Materials*, vol. 306-308 I, pp. 583-588.

**Utilization of numerical techniques to predict the thermal behavior of wood column subjected to fire part B : Analysis of column temperature and fire resistance.** / Elshayeb, Mohamed; Malik, Abdul Rashid Ab; Ideris, Fazril; Hari, Zolman; Razak, Norhaida Ab; Siang, Jacqueline Eng Ling; Anuar, Zulfika.

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T1 - Utilization of numerical techniques to predict the thermal behavior of wood column subjected to fire part B

T2 - Analysis of column temperature and fire resistance

AU - Elshayeb, Mohamed

AU - Malik, Abdul Rashid Ab

AU - Ideris, Fazril

AU - Hari, Zolman

AU - Razak, Norhaida Ab

AU - Siang, Jacqueline Eng Ling

AU - Anuar, Zulfika

PY - 2006/3/17

Y1 - 2006/3/17

N2 - Mathematical models of Part A [1] are used to calculate the temperatures, deformations and fire resistance of rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section columns for the purpose of Part B. In this paper the comparison among the configurations of the column has been carried out to predict the temperature history for the column elements for preventing the spread of fire and prolonging the structural time collapse. The columns are varied in section size, among them are the rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section column of Keruing timber. The developed mathematical models defined the failure point as the point which the column can no longer support the applied load. From the comparison, the I-cross section column is the worst configuration than the other configuration.

AB - Mathematical models of Part A [1] are used to calculate the temperatures, deformations and fire resistance of rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section columns for the purpose of Part B. In this paper the comparison among the configurations of the column has been carried out to predict the temperature history for the column elements for preventing the spread of fire and prolonging the structural time collapse. The columns are varied in section size, among them are the rectangular, hexagonal, octagonal and I-cross section column of Keruing timber. The developed mathematical models defined the failure point as the point which the column can no longer support the applied load. From the comparison, the I-cross section column is the worst configuration than the other configuration.

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M3 - Article

VL - 306-308 I

SP - 583

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JO - Key Engineering Materials

JF - Key Engineering Materials

SN - 1013-9826

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